Texas wants to send off coach Mack Brown a winner after 16 seasons of success. The Longhorns’ head coach is 10-4 in bowl games at Texas, and hasn’t lost one since the 2009 national championship game to Alabama.
Wow! The NFC East just got even more interesting.
There is an abundance of great college football action Saturday, and we will be one step closer to figuring out who will play in this season’s big bowl games.
The newest AP college football poll with a new number one — it’s Notre Dame.
The Notre Dame Irish are moving to No.1 — and aren’t a fluke.
Oregon is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll after Alabama gave up the top spot following a loss to Texas A&M.
Ten glue guys to watch next season in college basketball in no particular order.
When the bowl schedule came out I immediately marked January 2nd on my calendar. Does that make me a loser? Probably. But the fact remains that this is by far the single best day of the bowl season.
There was an article in the New York Times last Thursday that linked the Oregon Ducks and offensive sign language, a combination that caught Craig’s attention.
Casey Keefe breaks down this week’s major college football match-ups, including USC vs. Oregon, and takes a look at the Heisman race.
I know it’s hard to turn the page to football, but there is still a game to be played tomorrow at noon and it’s a pretty big one. Getting to the game—call me crazy, but I think Penn State will win.
The college football season is back, and not a second too soon. This year’s race to the BCS title is wide open. I know that’s one of those overused clichés, but this year it rings truer than ever.
Auburn’s last-second 22-19 win over Oregon on Monday night drew a 16.1 overnight rating on ESPN. Last season’s Alabama-Texas game earned an 18.2 on Fox, which is available in about 15 percent more homes.
The Auburn Tigers won their first national championship in 53 years, but unlike the previous 13 games of the season, it wasn’t their offense which won them this game – it was their defense.
The BCS championship crowd of 78,603 set a University of Phoenix Stadium record, easily eclipsing the 74,628 who watched the 2007 BCS championship game between Florida and Ohio State.